Arberg joined the court in 1982 and served as an assistant in the office for 17 years before becoming head of the office in 1999.
Arberg has shepherded in several new justices during her tenure, coordinated interview requests, handled memorial services and directed opinion hand-downs from her office on the first floor of the court building. She serves as the court’s official spokesperson and manages a staff of six employees who assist in furthering the public’s understanding of the history and function of the court.
“Kathy has provided nearly four decades of invaluable service to the Court and members of the press,” Chief Justice John Roberts said in a statement. “Although we all wish her well in retirement, we will miss her presence immensely.”
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